Heard in the Hall Archive: October, 2011

Trash rebate moved out of committee

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The Rules Committee on Tuesday approved a rebate for condominium owners who pay the city for trash removal but have their garbage hauled away... Read more

Everett Gillison new chief of staff to Mayor Nutter

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Everett Gillison, who had been deputy mayor for public safety, named chief of staff to Mayor Nutter. He replaces Clay Armbrister, who stepped... Read more

Republican criticizes Nutter over City Hall protest

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Karen Brown, the Republican candidate for mayor, taught math and science to 8th graders at St. Kasimir’s Academy for 10 years, but she... Read more

Beers to you, St. Louis

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If there's one good thing about the Phils getting knocked out of the playoffs, it's that Mayor Nutter won't have to choke down any of the weak... Read more

Saving money in the Commissioners' office?

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No matter who wins the races for City Commissioners in November, one thing seems certain: The office is going to save some money. The three... Read more

Bill Clinton to stump for Nutter

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As if Mayor Nutter needed the push, Former President Bill Clinton will come to town four days before the general election to stump for incumbent... Read more

Schmidt promises pay cut and no city car

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Republican City Commissioner Candidate Al Schmidt says he would take a 10 percent pay cut if elected. He also would not use a city car and... Read more

New curfew would expire in two years

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A Council committee added a sunset provision to the proposed new curfew law today after hearing testimony that curfews are ineffective and... Read more